Robin Myers, Psy.D., ABPP
Dr. Robin Myers, Psy.D., ABPP is a Clinical Psychologist specializing in individual therapy and psychological assessment. She maintains a private practice in Maryville, Illinois.
With over 15 years experience and as a graduate of the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology specializing in cognitive-behavioral therapy, she is currently serving as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are depression, anxiety, problems with low self-esteem, panic, and stress reduction.
Dr. Robin Myers, Psy.D. is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
- Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology
- Master of Arts in Professional Counseling, Lindenwood College
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Southeast Missouri State University
License, Certifications & Awards
- Illinois State License 071-006112
- American Board of Professional Psychology, Board Certified Specialist in Clinical Psychology
- American Psychological Association
- National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology
Mark Aghakhan, Psy.D.
Dr. Aghakhan is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in a variety of therapeutic, consultative, and evaluative services. He earned his doctorate degree from Adler University and his undergraduate degree from Indiana University. He utilizes interventions that best match a client’s style and approach toward everyday challenges. Among areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, PTSD, coping skills, and strength building. Using careful, detailed, and critical analysis, he places great emphasis in fostering a dialogue with clients in order for them to develop and incorporate creative ways toward positive change and continual growth.
Tracy Hermanson, LCPC
Feeling down and stuck makes everyday living a challenge. Memories, feelings, internal needs, hopes and dreams can often hold us back rather than help us move forward. As an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) therapist, I help my clients get unstuck. EMDR is a measurable therapy that helps the brain reprocess the things that hold our minds back. Through this therapy, your own brain will put things in perspective through guided exercises that put you back in control – of your feelings, thoughts, and memories as you journey to recovery.
Oftentimes, our brains process memories and traumas incorrectly. EMDR is highly researched and evidence based. The results are frequently explicitly tangible from the very beginning. Whether through just a handful of sessions or many over the course of months, clients see specific results like reduction of painful or fearful feelings, more energy, and an overall easing of distress. Together, we will re-process past events so that they not only no longer bog you down but help propel you forward into a recovery that embraces all of your history as a tool to move forward.
We are born to be in relationships with one another. Sometimes a relationship that began with hopefulness becomes a relationship that causes confusion or fear. We begin to doubt the truth—that we are important, lovable, capable individuals. When that happens, we struggle with setting boundaries that allow us to take care of ourselves and we can get lost in the toxicity. We begin to feel stressed, anxious, depressed, overwhelmed. Working through the trauma of narcissistic abuse or toxic relationships and finding your way to your personal freedom is my passion.
I work with children, adolescents and adults. My approach is client/family-specific, to meet you where you are and to move forward. I am trained in trauma recovery, CBT, DBT, and twelve step recovery. I practice an integrative therapy that is dynamic to meet your needs and preferences. Regaining balance, achieving emotional healing, rebuilding self-esteem, exploring relationship patterns, and focusing on your best future are the goals of my therapy practice.
Bob Wood, MA, LCPC
I am a clinical counselor with 10 years of experience as a therapist. I have 30 years of mental health experience in various capacities. My work as a therapist has primarily focused on working with young and older adults dealing with grief, depression, anxiety, anger, relationship conflict, chemical dependency, trauma, and life adjustment. I see everyone as unique and take a personalized approach to each person who comes to me for help believing that we all have the innate ability to overcome our challenges and live our best life.
I use various “evidence-based” therapeutic approaches which primarily involve Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, Solution-Focused therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy, and have experience using EMDR. These approaches can help you with sorting out feelings and having your life working for you; instead of against you.
If given the opportunity to be a part of your recovery process, I can help to provide you a safe environment in which you can feel comfortable with looking at alternative ways and approaches to finding the solutions to the struggles which you bring you into the counseling session.
Kelli Fultz, LCSW
I have more than two decades of practice and have served as a crisis counselor, forensic social worker and the clinical supervisor of a program for chemically dependent individuals.
In addition, I have served as an adjunct professor of Psychology and Sociology for more than a decade.
As a licensed, clinical therapist with a cognitive behavioral approach, I am passionate about working with relationship issues from an emotionally and cognitively focused approach.
I help couples to develop communication, problem-solving, coping and goal-setting skills in order to find a place of peace and happiness in their lives.